Monday, 11 January 2010

Where's Fuzzy?

We're not seriously posting this blog any more. But if you're looking, we still post regular podcasts to

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Tuesday, 10 November 2009

Quantum Fuzzy, Fuzzy Food

Last weekend's guests Mei Liu, and Dr Masahiro Yanagisawa.

And since our show the previous week in which Rod Lamberts told us of some interesting research on how people respond to messages in the bathrooms of hotel rooms, I'm now on the lookout for these notices. Here you'll see my friend feeling guilty and hiding.

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Tuesday, 27 October 2009

Recent Fuzzy Days

Some snappy moments on Fuzzy.

John Payne, Enviro Friendly Products 4 Oct 2009

Kurt and his enthusiast-built electric car, 4 Oct 2009.

Fuzzy regular Nyssa Skilton, and guest Mitzy Pepper 25 Oct 2009.

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Sunday, 16 August 2009

Back to College

Today's we had another three college students, this time from Dickson college. It's great to meet young emerging minds full of nous.

Thanks to Rose, Lindsay and Sam, and their teacher Matthew Hall.

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Monday, 10 August 2009

Fuzzy 2 August 2009

Nyssa and Brad look like they're discussing something important. Global warming perhaps.

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Sunday, 28 June 2009

Fuzzy Goes to College

I think this is the first time we've done this on Fuzzy, but today we enjoyed the company of three students from Lake Gininderra College. We ranged over many topics including nuclear physics, life on other planets, tissue culture, and the 'teenage baby' story.

Podcast soon.

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Tuesday, 23 June 2009

Mapping the Deep with Neville Exon on Fuzzy

We've had some great guests on Fuzzy. A couple that come to mind are Dr Robert Street OBE, who was involved with the very first nuclear reactor in Harwell Great Britain in 1946, and Robert Rapier international energy expert. We also got to rub shoulders with the ABC science television crew, and interview the Bush Tucker Man, Les Hiddens. Sadly that recording was not useable due to extraneous noise. Paul Willis, et al chatting in the background.

Last Sunday (14 June) we presented Neville Exon talking about drilling deep cores from ship platforms. Boring a hole that far into the earth from a ship swinging on the ocean is no mean feat. And learning about the geologic past of our planet could hardly be more pressing at a time when we're wondering about our future.

When we can, we podcasts Fuzzy, but we can't always do it. We may have missed this one, but you can catch Neville when he appears on Radio National's Marine Science program on Background Briefing. Never mind, we got there first.

Keep an ear out for Neville on 28 June.

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